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Time-of-Use Pricing

Learn how to save with time-of-use pricing

The cost of electricity varies depending on when you use it. Time-of-use (TOU) prices benefit you when using electricity during low-demand periods.

Chart that displays Ontario Electricity Time of Use price periods

*An accessible friendly version of TOU pricing is available from the Ontario Energy Board. Please visit this page for more information.

Off-Peak, Mid-Peak and On-Peak prices factor in the time of day, the day of the week and the season of the year (summer and winter). The lowest prices are at night, on weekends and on statutory holidays:

How time-of-use prices are set

TOU prices reflect the fact that the cost to provide electricity changes throughout the day. When demand is low, less expensive sources of electricity are used. When demand is high, more expensive forms of electricity production are called upon.

Current price information can be found on the Ontario Energy Board website.

How you can better manage your bill

Login to My Account to see a snapshot of how much electricity your household consumes during each TOU period. Simple graphs will reveal your hourly, daily, weekly and monthly usage, which will help you predict your next bill and better manage your consumption.

We’re here to help

Questions? We’re happy to talk to you about your TOU prices and your energy usage pattern. Please contact our Customer Care department for more information.

2019 time-of-use holiday schedule

Day of off-peak pricingHoliday
Tuesday, January 1New Year's Day
Monday, February 18Family Day
Friday, April 19Good Friday
Monday, May 20Victoria Day
Monday, July 1Canada Day
Monday, August 5Civic Holiday
Monday, September 2Labour Day
Monday, October 14Thanksgiving Day
Wednesday, December 25Christmas Day
Thursday, December 26Boxing Day